Noted Flutist Naomi Senzer Performs Free Public Recital at A&M-Kingsville February 16
KINGSVILLE - January 27, 2009
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Senzer also will provide master class to A&M-Kingsville flute students
The public is invited to a free performance by flutist Naomi Senzer at Texas A&M University-Kingsville at noon Monday, Feb. 16, in Frank C. Smith Recital Hall, in the Bellamah Music Building.
Bellamah Music Building is located on Engineering Avenue next to Jones Auditorium.
Performing with Senzer on the piano will be Joachim Reinhuber, assistant professor of music at A&M-Kingsville.
Senzer performs throughout the northeast as a chamber and orchestral musician. She has collaborated in chamber music performances with such artists as Fred Sherry, Andrew Leonard, Jeff Fuller, Jesse Hameen II and Michael Mizrahi. Senzer has played under the batons of Andrew Litton, Tonu Kalam, Andrea Mitisek, Lawrence Smith and Jesse Levine. In addition, she currently serves on the faculty of Neighborhood Music School and teaches from her home studio, both located in New Haven, Conn.
Senzer holds an undergraduate degree in music and French from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and received an M.M. from the Yale School of Music. She completed her musical studies at the Conservatoire de Lille in France, where she earned the conservatory’s top prize.
Following her public recital Feb. 16, Senzer will conduct a master class with the flute students of Texas A&M-Kingsville from 2-3:30 p.m. in the Frank C. Smith Recital Hall.
For more information on the recital and master class, call 361-593-4562.
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